Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Over the past few days I've been sharing with you some of what "Arts Walk" is all about. Celebrating art in all it's forms. Now I don't want to bore you to death staying on the same subject for days on end but I did want to share this with you. Meet "Bo", an acrylic on canvas. One more thing that made us go "Wow".


  1. lewi14 Says:

    It's always a matter of opinion. I don't really like graffiti, other people would like to shield it from repainting. I think it's great how many people make things with their own hands, when they are creative and when they share their works, their creations with other people. It's great to discuss about "art", to interpret the meaning, the message of an object. Everybody can wonder about 'objets d'art', can form his own opinion, there is no right and no false.

  2. Yolanda Says:

    I like how the artist humanized Bo. Or was he a human, and he fishesized him? :) I love edgy urban art - especially the quirky kind. Love the colors of the art too - color opposites. Translates nicely in the photograph!

  3. Lois Says:

    Wow is right! What a cute little fellow.

  4. Wow indeed! Love it!

  5. Chuck Pefley Says:

    "Wow" is one of those words open to interpretation -:)

  6. Lynette Says:

    Must have been a really good time for y'all. I adore Bo!

  7. Well, I do love it when it stirs up conversation and a variety of opinions. That's what it's all about.

    lewi14: Well put.

    Yolanda: "Fishesized." I'm guessing you made that one up. :-)

    Lois: He kinda grows on you.

    Rob and Mandy: Thank you!

    Chuck Pefley: It sure is Chuck. Thanks for stopping by.

    Lynette: It was a good time. This is an interesting place with interesting people.

  8. Hilda Says:

    Hee. I think he's cute! In a scared, dorky kind of way. :)

  9. brian stout Says:

    I like this one! I'd hang Bo in my house :)

  10. Jacob Says:

    I like this a lot! It looks very much like some of the kids I used to teach!

    I thought there was something fishy about them!

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